‘Honorable’: Michelle Yun thanks SNCF for bringing back laptop forgotten on the train

On July 29, after his lost cell phone was found on a train to the Cote d’Azur, Mikael Yoon warmly thanked SNCF employees on social networks.

The host and actor were disembarking at Cannes (Alpes-Maritimes) station when he realized he had forgotten his phone on the train. Less than an hour later, he got it back. SNCF monitors sent her to him by … another train.

The actor and host wanted to thank customers in a warm message posted on social networks on July 29, according to reports beautiful morning.

SNCF chief responds

He wrote on his Twitter and Instagram accounts. “And that, without anyone knowing that this phone belongs to me. So there is no special treatment. Only nice and honest people. Long live France! Long live the Republic! Long live SNCF!”

Mikael Yoon’s message was spotted by the head of SNCF, Christophe Vanechette, and even got a response from the railway company.

ud83d udc4d ud83d udc4f Thank you Tweet embed For your testimony that goes straight to our hearts, and a big thank you to all the railway workers who are on the bridge every day at the service of each of our customers! See you soon on our trains SNCF ! https://t.co/mJRaUhVF0s

– Christophe Vanechette (@CFanichet) 29 July 2021

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